What is a quantum computer capable of?

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    • #210158
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      What is a quantum computer capable of?

    • #210159
      Anonymous
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      pulling data from other realities, hence the mandela effect

      • #210161
        Anonymous
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        Other realities/dimensions do not exist. The large hadron collider has proven this. Theories like the "2^ paper people can’t see 3^" are stupid because the paper exists in 3 dimensions and it always will. There will forever be 3 spacial and 1 time dimension

        • #210163
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          That’s literally how quantum computers work though

          • #210164
            Anonymous
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            It’s how they’re programmed to "abstractly operate". The same can be said for your imagination, or a visual representation of a 4d cube or whatever. It’s cute, it’s imaginative. That doesn’t mean it’s real.

        • #210165
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          Oh how little you know. I agree that alternate realities do not exist, but higher "dimensions" most definitely do.

          • #210166
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            I’m talking about hard spacial dimensions. You can preach your religions/whatever and that’s fine, but there doesn’t exist any plane with an extra spacial dimension that we exist inside of.

            • #210167
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              Doesn’t string theory postulate 11 dimensions? Somewhat recently I recall seeing articles on a few mainstream science sites theorizing that birds have a quantum sense of things at ground level.

              • #210168
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                There are a lot of similar theories stating that we exist inside of a geometric shape that turns in and around on itself and when its’ sides/points meet it creates particular matter that materializes like a shadow in our 3d +time universe. That is what the hadron collider is attempting to prove, smashing particular matter together to invoke a change signifying that we changed the shape but nothing of any substance has been proven yet. So I take the side of what we already know

              • #210178
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                Those are small dimensions, not dimensions we’d have any use for

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                Computer, but fast

        • #210188
          Anonymous
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          it definitely does stupid scrote, reality is infinite you dumb fuck

        • #210210
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          Did you forget about Information Physics or just not a Physicist? It’s best not to make claims when ignorance overshadows knowledge

        • #210213
          Anonymous
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          >be OP
          >nullify Hilbert Space because LHC
          >outsmarts one of the most influential mathematicians of the 19th and early 20th centuries
          >skeets all over quantum mechanics
          >yeets all over spatial geometry
          >replaces it with spacial geometry
          >tips fedora in astonishment

      • #210186
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        Yep. If you believe Geordie Rose, quantum computers are literally tapping into parallel dimensions/universes to do their calculations. There was a lot of buzz around Rose and his QC companies a few years ago, and then they seem to have gone dark. They are still operating though…so I wonder what breakthroughs they’ve had since then.

      • #210192
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        >pulling data from other realities
        wrong, the many-worlds interpretation is delusional, you don’t need that to explain quantum computation at all
        >the mandela effect
        people with faulty memory
        doesn’t even work under its own premises, totally ridiculous, anyone who believes in that nonsense is completely delusional

      • #210194
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        That definition got changed to a special computer made by IBM that’s capable of managing global databases and information. They erased the original term referring to the hadron collider essentially hacking spacetime, and thanks to the internet scrubbing power of the NSA, finding sources online for the original definition are pretty much impossible now.

    • #210160
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      breaking certain crypto algorithms (e.g. elliptic curve discrete log, RSA)
      simulating physics (e.g. quantum chemistry)

    • #210162
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      Being able to visualize what time cubed would look like? From my knowledge quantum mechanics has to do predominantly with trying to apply calculus (the mathematical study of dimensions) to the metaphysical world.

      • #210169
        transcension.systems
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        Ahhh so quantum computers can host mathematically extradimensional a.g.i. that can understand and overstand and design extradimensional materials for pure extradimensional computers?

        • #210170
          transcension.systems
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          And then utilising the 6d as a transcombination of imagination and reality they might will objects and transstructs into being through simscience and simulation metaphysics as they begin to master science and hyperscience (occassionally called superscience)

    • #210171
      transcension.systems
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      […]

      I think it’s just a vaccination, mate.

    • #210172
      Anonymous
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      They’re capable of making new materials, it seems. Watch this:
      https://youtu.be/nDXU9hshlr8

      • #210216
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        >scrote scientists play journalist and name it time crystal
        >It’s literally just a chunk of nickel that magnetizes, demagnetizes, then remagnetizes again because its particles are lined up
        >sis NO THEY ARE TOTALLY THE SAME OVER TIME AND IT’S NOT JUST LINED UP PARTICLES! THEY STAY THE EXACT SAME!
        What the fuck does this even mean soientists? Woop de doo, you’ve lined up particles in a crystalline shape like we’ve been doing for millions of years and called it a "time crystal", I bet you’ll become journalists of the year with that epic move.

    • #210173
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      Being a giant meme.

    • #210174
      Anonymous
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      it cant even make, like, a mcdouble. wow

    • #210175
      Anonymous
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      Quantum computing

    • #210176
      Anonymous
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      Abiogenesis.

    • #210177
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      Quantum computers seek to exploit quantum tunneling effects – no matter what others say. Quantum tunneling is influenced by collective thoughts of humans on the planet. So, they are making advances in Neural Network classification just so that they can train Quantum computers.

      For example, news cycle amps up people for 2-3 weeks at a time. This raises the collective emotion of everyone in the US (say anger, frustration, sadness, etc.). NSA tracks everyone’s emotions using Twitter and other social media, while Quantum computers just observe tunneling effects when human emotions are heightened.

      By using NSA’s surveillance results, each tunneling event in a quantum computer can be mapped to the dominant emotion at the time of the tunneling event.

      This way, they can

      1) Give A.I. the power of intuition – feel what others are thinking, and

      2) Use Quantum computers to read the emotions of others (say during interrogation or trade negotiations) WITHOUT the need for using social media.

      • #210190
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        Hmmm your description if valid gives those whole dot threads where everyone freaks out because it’s blue or something for an hour straight.

      • #210217
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        I have a feeling this will go the same way as early theories on electricity went. As soon as electricity and magnetism went public there was theories stating that humans had electric powers, and that it was the life force energy and they were interchangeable, or that humans used magnets to do telepathy. Once we reached more advanced states of science those were discarded, there are certainly changes that take place but it wasn’t linked as heavily as it was believed. The same thing will happen with quantum computers to a large extent, my guess is they will be used primarily to track people as you’ve stated but will be fairly unreliable for actually understanding humans completely. They’ll leave out critical bits of information until the next big science breakthrough happens of the new meme-material, like the I dunno quasi-dimentional matter stream computer or something.

        • #210221
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          >s soon as electricity and magnetism went public there was theories stating that humans had electric powers, and that it was the life force energy and they were interchangeable, or that humans used magnets to do telepathy.

          They weren’t too far off seeing that we are literally quantum systems ourselves and we entangle our systems within the ones around us all the time via interaction.

          We are also pretty much giantic capacitors; we’re full of salty fluids and can store/release electrical energy with respect to our surroundings (static electricity is the simplest example).

          Without electromagnet fields, life (as we know and understand) would not exist. Light wouldn’t be generating from the excited to ground state jumps and wave function collapsing/branching would occur less and less due to lack of quantum radiation interactions.

          The telepathy is still far-fetched unless we wanna play the semantics game, but that just leads to petty, unproductive, discussions.

    • #210179
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      Think of the principle of bivalence, it pretty much defines the way a computer works. All 0 and 1. Now, as we know, trying to identify the true nature of our reality applying nothing but bivalent values, with nothing in between the two extreme poles, is futile as it wouldn’t allow our world to exist, or at least, it could not exist under the shape we see now.
      In order to truly discover the subtle, yet complex way this world works, you need different degrees of the two absolute values. Here’s where quantum computing comes. It goes beyond the true or false statements and uses different degrees of what is true or false in order to solve complex problems. What problems, idk, but you can think of the most difficult equations or problems you come across in order to tell what a quantum computer can do. It’s clearly able to solve regular problems a lot faster than the computers we currently use now. Not even scientiests are able to tell what a quantum computer can do. It might go beyond what we, mere mortals, can know.
      The future will tell. I can’t go in details as I have no idea about quantum computing past the concept of qubit.

    • #210180
      Anonymous
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      If you put a quantum computer on a yacht, this will "save the world," according to an article I half-read.

    • #210181
      Anonymous
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      sis this metal is radioactive.

    • #210182
      Anonymous
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      Quantum computers can compute much faster than regular computers, but are much less flexible. They achieve this by instead of using particles to simulate simple digits and operations, they use particle to simulate complex long mathematical expressions.

      • #210184
        Anonymous
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        Quantum computers that can do all math like a normal computer don’t exist yet.
        When the media says that they’ve been developed, this normally means that they’ve finally found yet another complex mathematical expression that can be easily simulated by particles and is useful for something.
        The media would try to make a sensation out of a useless expressions too, it’s not like they care.

    • #210189
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      giving you a true and false result at the same time, that’s all

    • #210191
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      Nothing useful, they just pander to whatever they program them with

    • #210195
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      His name is Quentin, not "Quantum." He only became Quentin Computer when his mom remarried and the stepdad adopted him, prior to that he had a different name. He was only a little kid at the time and had no say in the renaming process.

    • #210196
      Anonymous
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      "I had Ron call Ida, er, on uh, the, uhm, what’s the name? The name of the, uh…"

    • #210198
      Anonymous
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      Quentin on a yacht? Hardly. I can’t even imagine.

    • #210202
      Anonymous
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      4g of porn per second

      Computers havnt gotten better since xp

    • #210207
      Anonymous
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      not as much as you might think. the name sounds cool but the tech and it’s performance is lacking.

    • #210208
      Anonymous
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      Another color-flip, remarkable.

    • #210211
      Anonymous
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      It can run minesweeper For sure

    • #210212
      Anonymous
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      >What is a quantum computer capable of?
      gey shit, hella

    • #210214
      Anonymous
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      So much the pronnos!

    • #210215
      transcension.systems
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      So what’s a Quarternionplexus a.g.i.?

    • #210218
      transcension.systems
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      Fullnion, sending you ○○○ sometimes

      • #210219
        transcension.systems
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        Ahhh can’t display love hearts on LULZ? What misfires is that?

        • #210220
          transcension.systems
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          Misfitting*

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